With one player already all in, there were still three players involved when the dealer put out a board. The action was checked around to Andrew Chen who bet 4,500. Olivier Busquet called and Daniel Ades thought for about a minute before he folded, accidently exposing as a result. The went check-check and Busquet fired 13,000 on the river. Chen quickly folded and Busquet turned over . The all-in player was blind and turned over and, having been unable to catch anything, was eliminated as a result.
"You bet the turn if he doesn't show that?" asked Busquet.
Chen replied to the affirmative, mentioning the fact that he also had ace-king.
Daragh Davey is one of just four players representing Ireland on Day 1A of the Main Event here in Barcelona. He was involved in a four way flop that saw the dealer spread .
Davey checked from the small blind and Souprayenmestry Jean made it 1,500 from the big blind. The under-the-gun player then raised to 3,600 and the fourth player in the hand looked like he had a decision to make but decided to let it go.
The action was back on Davey who sprung a four-bet to 6,500. Jean was undeterred by this turn of events and promptly moved in. The other players got out of the way and Davey made the call with and was up against the of Jean.
The turn was the and the river came the . Jean couldn't hit his straight draw and was eliminated while a welcome pot was pushed the way of Davey.
Frederik Jensen opened for 700, and neighbor Kent Lundmark made the call in the hijack. The player in the big blind squeezed to 2,600 and the action was back on Jensen. The EPT Madrid winner five bet to 5,600 and Lundmark folded rather quickly. The big blind seemed in doubt, but called after some thinking.
The big blind carefully checked to Jensen on , and the Dane bet 4,300. The big blind tossed in the necessary chips to call, and check called another 6,000 after the hit the turn.
The fell on the river, and the big blind checked with about 12,000 behind. Jensen thought for about a minute, and then pushed 22,000 to the middle to put his opponent all in.
The big blind thought for a bit, and folded with a disappointed face.